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P. B. Lewis, formerly of this county ami
Leander Neil was thrown under a hay rake
of Josephine, has gone to California.
on his father's farm near Ashland a few d»ys
He will be affectionately remember««! by his
since and narrow ly escaped serious injury.
M trshal Crosby is on deck again.
..JULY 30. 1880.
The miners of Josephine are generally
Lewis is a first-class
Pioneer reunion next.
Juhn Hockenjos ha« just completed P. numerous creditors.
XX m. Uarll was ill town this week.
fraud and the people of California hail better
Brown Bros., on AI i I i - hho , are cleaning
Harvesting is in full blast.
W. K. MKEIIKU.
Simon’s new barn near Eagle Point, which ia
R. S. Sherrill of Albany is m town.
up it present, with good prospects.
“look a leedle oud" fur him.
Days are becoming shorter.
There will be a public meeting at the Court
If'JV«A Mt'ruder have suspended pip
Capt. XX : and J. C. McCully are travers
The Del Norte “Record’’ is arousing the pen-
Let there be united aud decisive action tn
ing for tills season, l'liey made a Mil
Overland travel is increasing.
H uum iu Jacksonville on
pie of that county to the importance of the
behalf of the C. U. XX'. R. at once. No time
Read the new advertisements.
J- XX . Manning has gone to Lake county
'¡'Leo. Cameron Inst week brought in h
S aturday , J uly 31, 1880,
ought to lie lost to put this enterprise through.
«•■•nsiderable am Hint of g >ld-dii«i oboiitied
Fancy printing is our specialty.
It is strange that the people should need any on a business trip.
from miner« of Uniontown an i vieinitv.
at one o’clock p. m ., when the report of the
“Ryestraw" won the two-mile race at East “punching' in the matter -the benefits that
R. M. McMenainv is officiating iu the capac
Local correspondence is solicited.-
MeC'uy A’ (_'•>., <>n Bolen creek, Josephine
surveyors of the propoiled C. C. XV. R. will be
Portland the other «lay, defeating "Frank will accrue to everyone arc so apparent
ity of Deputy Sheriff.
«•«»•inly, are taking out considerable gold
Hastings,” “Caddie R." ami others, in 3:414
belli and the proceedings of the committee at
- dn-t. This Is a Portland enterprise and
The roll of the Hancock A English Club of
I Bilks are becoming plentiful of late.
Geo. Brawley of Pluenix lelt for XX’aldo this promises well.
XValdo this week submitted. J. K. Johnson
The party that went to the cinnabar country this place is steadily increasing nml now cm
week with a load of bacon.
F kiiii nil accounts the mine« have gen
of Crescent City will also be present to give
Measles are again visiting Central Point.
week before last have returned, well pleased braces nearly 2iN> names. Everybody should
paid lairiv during ilio past heusiui,
Our old friend John Daley of Eagle Point is
his views. Everybody is invited to lx- present.
with their trip. Fish and game were abundant. enroll themselves in this noble cause ami place
Blackberries have made their appearance.
the gold-dust t kun out being .«omwwliat
«[trite ill, we regret to say.
more than the ani-mnt taken out during
C ommittee .
Dr. Callender has received a couple of fine themselves on record against the many public
Attend the (.'. C. XX . R. meeting to-morrow.
XX . (,. Kenney is dispensing liquids at tli”
wrongs that iiiid exponents in Garfield & Ar
Tiie Lake county trade with Ashland is pups from Fort Klamath, a piesciit from
IJ. Eizan has sold hi« interest in the
C ounty C ourt .—The August term of the
Metropolitan iii Roseburg.
Lieut. Backus. They are of the setter breed. thur.
Rockiellow quartz led_’<• to Ge«». S'.’humpf,
County Commissioners' and Probate Courts
Ex-Chief Justice Hays of Rock Point has | This mining properly will be thoroughly
“The Roseburg “Independent” says: Jas.
Jas. Clark of Silver creek was found dead in
Green corn has made its appearance in this
will be held next week.
pro peeled bv the new proprietors, who
biitlt a dwelling-house.
Hamilton, the new prosecuting attornex
his mining claim one morning recently. His
I will pu- in a now pntnp immediately.
for this district, 1ms fitted up a neat law of-
Sherifl Bybet-'s health has improved since he
T hk S tf . um M ill .—McKenzie A Foudray’s
Toe fudep’-ndent reports that the Robe-
Flour is worth $20 a thousand at the mill a’ death is supposed to have resulted from heart
, some distance from Roseburg,
commodious granary is now ready for the re present.
will again be pro-pecte 1 and that uxcelleiit
ception of wheat. They expect that the mill
M. M cn«or will soon leave for San Francisco qiiai'lz ha« recently been oii aiued .here by
Jacksonville last week received the addition
Join the Jackson County Hancock A Eng
prospectors. I' is ux|»»< *ed that San Fran-
lay in a large stock of goods.
w-ill commence grinding before the first of
of another society an offshoot of the Masonic
else«» capital can be enlisted in th s enter
order. The town has now unless than a dozen
Ben H lymotid an I la ;y of Rock Point pre prise.
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New wheat has made its appearance at some societies.
A company of S in Francisco tourists, con cinct were in town Wednesday.
Hon. Henry Klippel and A. H. Maegly
Lr.«i H urt .— XX’. C. Myer, the well-known of the mills.
I J. T.
made the Nquaw Lake Ditch Co.’« digging«
Newman Fisher, wha lias a contract with the
horseman, bad the bone of his leg cracked one
Forbes of Linkvitle lias just added a a visit Sunday. From the tormer we learn
1*. L. Fountain s school at Antioch is enjoy Government to supply Fort Klarnath with sev Company ami several ladies, passed through
day this week. He was riding “Arabian Boy,”
fine Moirirch billiard table to his saloon.
¡that a favorable cleanup whs made (here
i la«« week and that the pip«« has »gain been
eral thousand bushels of oats, is now furnish town by a private conveyance managed by
who became <|uite fractious, and in jumping to ing a vacation.
Ellis Boggs has gone to British Columbia to reset for operations in another place..
('arloi' of Riiseburg this week. They have been
The Hancock A English boom is becoming ing the Same.
the grouud Mr. Myer sustained the injury
fieight tor the ( xuadiaii i’ajuic Railway.
At the annual meeting ot the Eineline
paying Puget Sound a visit and arc on their
Blanks of every description, such aa deeds,
Company, held last week, Win.
wav home overland.
E. Dimick’s new house at Grant's Bass lias mortgages ami assessment schedules of all
Pernoll, Henry Klippel and M. Cat«»n wore
A lmost a S krtoi ' s C ase . A daughter o lieen Completed.
«■lectod directors, und vrganized bv electing
The late storm, according to the “AshLiml
kinds, attorney's summonses, etc., for sale al
Henry Klipjiel as President; Wm. Pernoll
Thos. F. Beall of Manzanita precinct, aged
ridings, demoralized I.ish Applegate's polit
The foumlition of Kahler’s new brick build the. T imes otlice.
a« X’ice Pr«-si«len‘, und T. B. Kent as Sec
alxiut two years, amused herself lust Monday
ical speech, for which he had been fully cocked
retary and Treasurer.
ing is being laid.
Tiie ladies of the Presbyterian Church will ami primed. That journal went to press the
by chewing a number of sulphur matches,
Mi«se» Mary Layton and Lottie Rogers of
A party emisistlng of Judge XVillis and
The weather has been somewhat cooler dur serve ice-cream in Ryan’s brick building, for same eveu'iigit was to be delivered and the
which came mar proving serious pastime,
Applegate made Jacksonville a visit XX'edues- Ge<i. A. Heath of Rosburg and Geo. W.
merly occupied by Mrs. XTning, this afteruoun editor wrote a glowing account of it in ad day.
• Cranston of California went upto the Ap
fir. Callender was summoned and administered ing the past week.
piegate(’«»mpany’s (<»rand Applegat«») dig
XV ater melons will not be ripe before the
the necessary antidotes, which ¡•roved timely.
vance. But the effort was stillborn.
Geo. XX’. Elliott will soon retire from busi ging« tbi« week <>n a lour of in*pe«*tioii.
R. M. Garrett informs us that the people of
latter part of August.
A ililap’.d.iteii remnant of a posrsliow’ return ness aud engage in quartz mining at Willow where they still remain. It 1« t he intention
Borup O ver . Ernest Birvowsky, former
of the «»wners of the nmiu ■ <» make imin.-’di
Cattish eight inches long have been caught
ing to California from an unsuccessful cam Springs.
ate pieparati-m« for next season's work, and
)y in the employ of Mrs. F. XX’etterer as brew
for the best route between Josephine county paign through Oregon gave a series of perform
in tiie Klamath river.
E. I). Foudray was rather seriously indis Mr. Heath will have full charge. Mr. Crans
er, was last Saturday arrested vu a charge of
and “The Corners.”
ton is one of the propriet«’is of the well-
during the week, but is uow able tu be known mining apparatus called the Eleva
having stolen several articles from the Eagk
Chas. XX’eydeman, the lad whose eye was sonville. The patronage was nut the most ex about again.
t«ir, wlri di is used al Scott's (■i.icli, in Jose
Brewery. He had ail examination before Jus v iew mg ow liens of canines.
seriously injured by a rock thrown from a pea travagant ami the coucern therefore did not
phine county, by De«ell .-s
Co., and isalso
tice Hurler the same <lav, who held him to
Breckenfeld keeps a tine stock of golds and
Judge Mason has returned to Lake eountv interested in tiie X'reka creek mining en-
shooter s un t ime since, w ill probably recover pack away many sacks of coin to California
*p|>ear before the next Grand Jury in the sum his prices are reasonable.
fioni tiie XX illaniette valley, accompanied by tet prise. He is inspect ini’ our mint s with h
the sight of that member.
I’lie peopl.- of < Iregou are past being humbugged iris daughter.
. view of introducing Iris Elevator, which ha«
of 82tMi The iminis were furnished aud Bar-
(Considerable wool has been shijqied from
been found to be a valuable mven lion in
cow ky is uow at liberty.
We learn that Mrs. L. Hurling will return some local H ies.
Josephine county this season.
era of this vallev, informs us tii.it his crop will
Gii«. Kntnow. a commercial trave’er from from Sall Francisco before lung. Her heal.h
be light, The late storms did considerable San Francisco, who was in town last week, is much improved.
_ O ur P opulation . —Jacksonville, according
S« tiool I’ unp Api’oiiri<»NMi-.Nr. - The inter
d.uuagc in Lis neighborhood.
to the full returns of the census enumerators, «now still very deep tn places.
says that t lie wholesale merchants ar«- taking
J. I'. Kellogg of XX ilder. ille was in town est arising from the Common School Fund
Newcomb i Gnil'!> have sold about ten
is the tenth city in the State in point of pop
A whirlwind of considerable proportions considerable interest in llie C. C. XX’. R , ami it'
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¿iiA* reporvi cvci*j’t4»iag very (¿uid iu was distributed on July 20th by older of the
uiation, being ahead of Roseburg. Our popu Plummer fruit-dryers in this county.
; prevailed iu the northern portion of town Sun will most likely render that enterprise sub that neighborhood.
i .School I.aml ( <-minis.-nmers, at Salem.
lation is placed at 839. Ashland is given no
The hot springs in the vicinity of Linkville day, but «lid no serious damage, though it stantial aid. They feel that. Portland will in
N. A. Jacobs is at present canvassing Jack
position, as it seems that the ennmeritor did ire attracting considerable attention.
scattered th tigs in its course.
time monopolize the trade oi Kotldiern Oregon sonville for one of M irk Twain s latest works; that of about (>3 cents for 1.479. The increas«
not take her population separately,
Sotu«’ of Jav Beach's tine stock is being
in tin- children between the ag-.'6 of 4 and 2<l
Several fishing parties visited Ro.-ue river unless an outlet to the coast is obtained. “l'iie J'lanip Abroad.”
nmnher of people in th«- State is
trained for tiie Siskiyou county fair.
yeais is .5,15,, while the increase in the ftimi
and lti-'ir , rc k last Sunday ami met w ith g«xni Ami they reckon sensibly, too.
Dr. Stanley of Table Rock
agaiust 90,923 in 1870, an increase of
iiimiints to $9,, ,() 43. Jackson county re
Assessor (ioddanl has almost competed the yewterd iv. who reports crop
Contracts with file Government on account luck. I ll ; fish bit well ami a considerable
number fell prey to the angler’s skill.
port 3,139 school cirildten and receive* £2.419:
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assessment of the eountv, being now en- the best, in thal neighborhood.
of Fort Klamath, ate now being ailed.
R unaway . Jua. Rapp's spirited team of
,43 children ami gets $587 51;
Justice Huffer’s Court ha- b ■• u «in session , Gen A. Jackson -if Table Rock reports that
Henry Bauten is in charge of th« Earle Lake lias 8«>.> c’ :! Ir-m and receives $564 51.
horses were frightened by a piece of paper while nearly every day during the past week.
the. grasshoppers have invaded his potato-patch
Brewery sriloou. He is an old hand at the
standing in front of John Orth - batcher-«hop
ami threaten his water-melons, though they rect anv errors lie m iv ii tve made. Mr. • «o«l- business and is proving popular.
Rui.tGiors Ai’ioiN ¡ men is. Rev. J. R. V
last Tuesday afternoon and started down Ore
dard informs us that the amount of taxable
have d me inconsiderable damage as yet.
Col. XX’. S. Stone, the etiicient superintend- B'11. Fix-si ling Elder of tin.« district, M. E
gon street at rapid Speed, continuing in theii
property will probably be as much as last year,
of the 0.
i '(* T.inc, wi« in town Church, .South, has made tlw follow iug u¡-
mad carver until they came in contact with a
which, under the unfavorable eir mm-ia ices
¡•ointments for August:
that have obtained for several mouths past, is
tree in front of David Linn’s residence, when held a picnic near XVilderville on th ■ 25* h.
Second Sunday -Preaching of fun'-nl set
quite a good showing.
Crops in Josephine county are rather light 111
they suddenly halted, Foi tunatcly no one was
Woodville was iu toi
mon ot Mrs, I’lvdenlnirg at tile r> sidtnee o’
the superior school facilities afforded here.
the iniaers of Evar
injured, though the w agon and harness were
A large audience was present at the (' atholic
Jo« Doudell, IL'glle river.
S'-<-ii-taries Schurz ami Thompson are now (.'hurc’i on the evening oi tlm 22 1 to witness
as Lav,ng about cl'-«.ted
i'inr i Sunday Quarterly meetingai Browns-
For irom-Ind an 1 common note books, re
visiting ( ilitornia ami Mr. Hayes will follow. th« ceremony v. hi« 'i joined
ceipt ami checkbook«, go to the T imes office.
A. 1*. Armstrong bi« gone to I’ortl uu
F or W ai lx». J. Ntman and E. II. Aut« n-
1 ourth Sunday —I amoineeting at XX ilhaine-
Card well has perfected arrangement s for their and Miss Lizzie Britton
in Hymen’s bands, t nd tin- Nitiond I’.ii.-ipe«.« (’<•]! _-e ;
beginning tiie i liur«il.-iv l>eio.e.
rietli, wagon road committee for Jackson coun
transportation in case they Come to Oregon. * performed by
X Blanchet The place. Ainlervilk is bound to make his
ty, accompanied by J. S. Howard, surveyor, nately, the likeblnx'il of good crops is over, too.
Two hundred thousand pounds of wool be couple were a*«
Miss SuJe Britton
A ccident XX'kik returning home last Tues
Don’t forget tiie printer. He will always longing to t’m- Graniersof Utnpipia valley was
left for XX'aldo <’ii Monday, where they will be
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ami (ieo. S
At its conclusion tl- ilf.bi
D. R. XX kite, who owns the
■ns ’¡s .nut
nu t hv like committees representing Josepbim take w oud, tl.mr, cotiipy scrip aud money at tin- other day sold at Roseburg for 34je . 1ml
ic residence of flour have beeil
a few miles southeast of tuuu,
and Del Norte comities. Ti.c full report o‘ par.
‘dinglieing very spirited. It was a choice lot. the Li :di- s
the horse liu vas riding,
Wm. Patterson of the Big Butte Mills w
the survey recently made and the estimate oi
Some of P. Britt’s rare and beautiful flower«
“Maud S. ’ma«le a mile at Chicago in 2:131, pleas ’n' Iy
o.o<^, re . XX’e acknowl
t he force of the blow
in town the other «'ay, from whom vve k-•
tiie cost of the construction of the. road w ill are Dow in biuum and attracting much atten-
and (’apt- Stone, her manager, says that she
coiiipli:n<’iits ami wish tha* the
and he was carried
there lie consideted ami some definite steps tion.
y are sawing moie lnmLvr then ever
could have done still belter had she not been
where the projier
probably taken in the matter. In t've next
Simpson •! XX’ise have their fine new thresher slowed up to save her competitor s distance.
by Dr. Aiken,
XX e learn th.it Jahn TV
’X’olters will leave for
issue of the T imes w ill be given a full account
in running order and are comiuoncmg opera
A pleasant party was given at the Masonic
of the proc« edin.s and also a synopsis of th«-
Pit«>B UTE < 'ocit!
j he following nr-lings Ashland soon and s*art a bakery there. He it
hall Tuesday evening in honor of Miss II ick-
report of the surveyor» and the estimate«! cost
a . o I XX I nstallation . Ata régulai
have traiis[iircd in this Court since ot:r last re a good ’ '.er and will uo doubt give the best
who is about to return to h"r home
of the road.
meeting of Banner Lodge No. * 23. A. O. U. W.,
('aiiyon, 4 hich burnt same of the telegraph at I’luenix, Jackson county. [Roseburg Star.
J. G. Birdsev, who blows the anvil ami held last Fri lay evetiin r, T. (J. Reames, G.
In the matter of the estate of S G T’> -. -ges«,
F or B iutish C oi . umhia J.E. Begg«. the . poles.
Wool is still bring shipped in considerable deceased. C. 11. Burton, a«lm .uotrator ol strikes the lieilows at < eutral Point, was in P. M. W., assisted by Henry ìxlippel, (iraml
well-known freighter ,/has lie« n appointe I
A H M.'ogly. at Ktibli’s establishment, is quantities to San Francisco, where it command.- said estate, !il---s his it", •i arv, shewing real town this wce.k aud le^orts everybody busy iu Guide, installed the following otficers: H
•uperintandent of transportation of supplies maim Picturing superior fruit cans for ¿1 a a good price, ranging as high ax 32c. Tw enty property to the a” > tut < SI,040. Approved, : ,iat eecti«>n.
In the m it* , ol the es ite of S. Humphry,
for the ('»nadiAn-Pacilic railway from X ale, dozen.
Lieut. Parke ji.a«s«>d through tow n this week, H Antenrieth, G. F.; I). H. Feathers, () ;
five cents a pound are being paid by local buy decea- ¡. Sale-lull of [lersonal property re-
British Columbia, ami left this week to assume
turned byXVm. HofEnaii, administrato. ', w hich en route from Fort Klamath for X'aneouver, to Wise, S.; Chas. Nickell, F ; K. Rubli, IL
W. J. Pb, male will soon receive bis new rigs ers.
was approved ('dation to unknown loirs join hiscoiumand, which has been transferred to
his duties. This railroad euterpri.se is a new from Portland and Adolphus Henry will be
As will be seen by notice in another column, ordered issued and published in the I>EMO the latter post.
one an«l promises to be a formidable rival of nappy.
the best of tobaccos ami cigars can be obtained <’R vric Tiu ss.
R ei .niious Rev. \\ , H. Klyce will preach
l-’reJ. f’rom-m:ller and Chas. Prim left for at
several American road* compieteli and in
In the matter of the estate of T. G. I ><• V. .«,
The fever and ague crop is lighter than it at the toll-house near the ( entennial bridge on
the M. E. Church in this place next. Sunday
course of construction,
does not pro
Lake county Monday. The latter w ill return
was last year, but still too heavy to suit the Rogue river: also an extra quality of liquor by •lec<-a.se«l. Sale bill of per-> mn) ¡-riqe-rtv and in a few weeks, but the former will remain morning. .. . Rev. M. A. Williams will hold
first semi annual statcniuiit of John Bolt, ad-
pose to discontinue freighting on the Rose
services at Brownsborongl: on Sunday at 11
there for the present.
ministritor, tiled ami approved.
burg route, hilt will keep a team or two con
’clock A M
. Elder M . Peterson preaches at
In the matter of the estate of F. Rueb,
We have just, received a fine assortment of
Th«’ Kerbyville Mills are again idle. Their
General Thos. G. R ’lines leaves for Ulrica-
stantly employed <>n it. His contract north
school-house next Suuday
go this week to attend the meeting of the
expires on January 1st, after which time he manacement by P. B. Lewis did not result
final «lischarge as such.
In the matter of the estate of 1 • >r--t'tea Otten, month. B in voyage.
will return to Jacksonville.
Fred. ( ) ten. executor, files Ins final
A Sunday school has been establishe I at
M ore popular tfian «’ver. 431.1'57 genuine
statement aud A:i;ust 5lh appointed as time
Arelibisluqi Seghcrs is expected in Jackson
F rom C alifornia .- Jas. Sutherland, the Linkvilh-, with Rev. John Hunsaker as super reasonable.
” sewing tnaelritiris xoid in I87!f, l>e-
for hearing the same.
ville next week, en route for Portland from iug at the rate ot L4«M) tnachinex each work
well-known Siskiyou county horseman, paid intendent.
Thatcher A Word«T of 1 inkvillc have one of
In tin- matter of the estate of David
Eistern Oregon. He will hold services at the
Jacksonville a visit this week He did not
tlm finest stocks of good« ever brought t.. South Huston. dece:is--d. R. \V. Huston, adminis ('atholic Ciiurch while here.
ing d iv. and an inciea-e of 74,73.» over last
J. P. Roberts of Bonanza, Lake county, ba«l
veal'.« sale«. Buy the be-t. Wax h u ««
bring “Peninger’a Mike” hack with him, ami
ern Oregon ami an elegant st_>re to put them trator. til'-s bi« iiii.tl statement ami August 3 1
Geo. I-.. Strong is doing editorial service on inonei on “cheap counterfeits.” D. H.
we learn that that horse will probably re i bi.« leg broken on t’nc 21st while driving a in. Charley Moore is chief book keeper of appointed as rime for bearing same.
Ill tin: matter of tiie «-«tale, of A F. Ramllc, the “[¿ike County Examiner.” George is otic Feathers, agent.
main in Scott valley indefinitely, as lie met
of th e most versatile writers in the State and
If you want the best goods cheaper than von
With considerable favor there. Sutherland
N otice . Haffeuden Bros., Roseburg, havi
his articles aro always strong and readable.
Business men can keep their money at home to sell persona! property.
returned home Thnrs<lay, taking with him
receive! a mammoth stock of the best
bv having their hil1hes<U, statements, letter
Jos. L. ('lough of Roseburg paid Jackson
('. or II. - Defence Council No. 16 was or
I»eo. Stephenson’s “Sir XX alter am! las. A York Store.
of cigars (ClubHouse), whiehtliey offer
heads, envelopes and t very other kin«l of com
Uardwell's trotter “Aleck,” Ixtth of whom be
ganized at Kerbyvtlle on July 21st by Dr. ville a visit this week. The Umpqua valley at w hob-sal--to the trad", Dealer* c »n purchase
Justices of the Peace an«l Constables can find
will put in tramiug for the coming fair at a full assortment of tiie necessary blanks at the mercial print ing done at the T imes office. The t '«ion ami F. Sawyer. The following officers evnli’iitly agrees with Joe. for he was looking them at S.ui Francisco
prices, without extra
better thin ever, lie returned XX'edu.-sday.
best work at low rates.
expense. Give the n a call.
were installed: Dr. D. S. Holton, XV. C.;
T imes office.
Lewis G. Ross ami -las. Schubert returned
B rought B a < k Chas. II. William«, w ho
John Ashmead, who has charge of the Fred. Mis. J. Nickerson, l,t. (’.;(.). Nauck«’. XV. H ;
Kahler A Rro. last w«-ek received a lot of
Chewaucan, Lake county, last week,
'I hanks . \V , L. Bilger Las plsc^d us under
has been engafeil in manufacturing brick near n«-w goods. They have the best of everything Blrdsey place in Rock Point precinct, informs J. B. Nash, M. of U.; F. M. Nickerson. P. XV.
obligations for some «1 iicious ice-cream, which
Hits place, was last Tuesday brought back - in their line.
us that a tine rain fell in that vicinity at the <’.: W.‘ Moore, S.; II. Bain«’, F. S ; L. Kincaid, months past. They will remain tor the pres came at the hour we nmst needed it.
from California by Deputy Sheriff Coats on a
W. T J. Daley, XV. XV.; J. XV. Moure, 1». ent.
Owing to the deep snow still in tiie vicinity time of the late storms here, which proved
charge of larceny of a pair of mi;! :« belong
Hunt, E. Moore ami F. Baker, Aids; Miss
P. Britt, accompanied by his son aud •! tigh Hoic ci', cd. '«iE B ack . H7«'t/ fAc«/ inrun.--
of Crater Lake, tourists are unable tu visit this
A poikcnant pruxHing ptin in
ing to Jas. A. Cardwell. He was examined
I>r. Tanner, who is attempting a fool's ex
ter, will make a trip to the Coast iu a few the “.«mill «0 the back” is a dantcerou
in Justice Huffer’s Court Weduesdav ami dis-
days, exjiecting to be gone several weeks. lie symptom, It ni'*an» approaching Kidney
Lake county, whose beautiful scenery is periment of tasting 40 days, is liable not to Daley, K. of G.
)ni»aed, the evidence nut lieing sufficient to
. _ Disease,
will take photographs of the m «st prouiiuent iroubhi — poisitily Bright's
prove successful, after all; mid ii may take lib
should not lip neglected—not a day , not an
hold him, but was immediately re-arreste«! far-famed, 1« tiie «ibjective point of many tour- eral potions of Matt. Dillon s tire liquors to
Detiance Council No. 15 was organized on objects of scenery’ as he progresses.
hour. 1*onunatelv|athese symptoms are
and placed under bonds in the sum of $l.»0 ’ i«ts at present.
July 20th near Alt.liouse, anti oil tile 24th
resits-itate him after tiie job is done.
C. Schieffelin of Rock Point precinct was in crisily cured. HUNDS REMEDY*,:hc Go at
The largest majority ever thrown by South
to guarantee his appearance next Novcnilxr xs
Sentinel Council No. 17 was organized at Grant s town this week. He informs us that he will Ki'ineviin i Liver Medicine, is an absolute
The “Lake County Examiner’’ says: “Arch
a witness in the case of the State vs. John ern Oregon will lie the one Hancock A English bishop Seghers is desirous of establishing a Pass by Dr. Coon, J. 0. X'annoy, A. Morris take his departure for Los Angeles, Cal., iu mid unfailing specific tor them, and for
any diseases of the Kidneys, Bladder,
Ualhoun, now languishing in jail for an as will get next November.
about, three weeks. A son and daughter (Clias Liver, and Urinary Ornans. A single b ,i-
mission in Lakeview. A mission implies the ami J. B. Borough.
sault with a dam.'crous weapon unon him
Dr. Coon will lectnre at Galesville Saturday, and Miss Charlotte) have already preceded tle of 11 UN l \S R^MEDY lias many times
Pat. McMahon is constructing two dwelling- building of a church and the construction of
(William.«). He was afterward« released <m
saved a life.
hi» own recognizance and returned to Calrfor- houses in the southern portion of town. Eil. schools tor the education of boys and girls. ’
Sold by all Druci’ist«. Trial sl^^b cents
Hon. Gee. B. Dorris, a prominent attorney
Smith is «bring the work.
Sheriff Tavlor of Josephine county and his
of Eugene City, accompanied by his family,
The building committee of the Board of deputy, S. XV. Forbes, are now engaged in deeds have been recorded in the County Clerk's
C hapter O rganized — Quite a number of
are visiting Jacksonville at present and are
I saw so tjiucli «aid ibontthe merits of
Trustees will commence the conni ruction of collecting delinquent taxes. The indebted office since the last issue of the T imes :
the m»ml*rs of Alpha Chapter No. 1 of Ash
guests of XX’in. Hofl'nian, Esq. Mr. Dorris Hop Hitlers, and my wife who was always
the new town hall at ouce.
D. Riickalew to E. H. Roman, property in
doctoring, and nev» r well, teamed me so ur
land, Order of the Eastern Star (an offshoot
will return in a few day«, but his family pro gently to get her some. I concluded tot»«
Ashland. Consideration, !$200.
of Masonry), were in Jacksonville last Friday
G. High to Jas. Hebiw, 90 acres of the poses re nun ng several we.-ks. B>th Mr. and humbugged »Lain; and I am glad 1 did. for
are all in.
i Woolen donation land claim. Consideration, Mrs. Dorns were former n-sid'.lit.« of this place. in les« than t -vo in »nibs' u«e of the Bitters
to asaht in the organization of Adarel chapter case of Johnson vs. McKee, the plaiutitl re
A splendid lot of goods were received last $800.
Robt. A. Miller left for Linkville ou Friday my wife wajcured and she ha« remained
No. 2, which took place in the Masonic Hall covered a judgment for $23.
Devis to Caroline Devis. quit-claim last, where he will join the party about 1 -a\iug so for eighteen months since. I like such
G. Karewski, agent for the celebrate«! J. I
hnmhiigqing. —fl. T., St. Paul.— Pioneer
iu the atteruuon and evening. Among them
warehouseman). Roseburg, which in quality, deed to 160 acres oil Little Butte creek. Con that section with a band of horses b« longing to Prrxx.
were J. M. McCall. XX'. H. Atkinson, M Baum, Case lie id« rs ami thresher«, is ready to furnish
quantity and variety, are not excelled in the
Col. J. N. T. Miller. It is not Bob's inten
Ii. F. Phillip*. H U. Hill, A. P. Hammond, any k md of farming implements.
State. Prices down to bedrock. Call ami be
tion to return to this place, for sometin«.-at
and their ladies» Misses E. F. D.iggutt, Net
Inlow it Hill have lately opened out a fine convinced.
engaged in canvassing Southern Oregon for sev
tie XX’agner, Mary Neil. I-ena ami Laura An« assortment of drugs, medicines, perfumeries,
the XS’illamette valley. Good fortune to him. HORNING—SPOONER—At the residence
The C. C. XV. R. enterprise is once more
of the bride’s mother, Stimmer Lake.
der»«n, Augusta Sis««m, Lucy Fox, Frosine etc., in their new store at Ashland.
claiming the attention of the public, and we
Lake county, Or., bv Rev. Joseph Emery.
J. M. Smith of Kirbyville has been paving
should have. A partial list of those- he is now
Erb, and Leander Neil »•«<< K » Roman.
Franklin L. Horning to Mi-s Eudora
G. \V. Mace, who has 300 head of Angora hope that it will now obtain a permanent hold,
Jackson county a visit during the past week
Tha institution ceremonies were conducted by goats will sell them at public auction on as a feasible and cheap route has been found taking subscriptions for will be found in his
This is his fiist visit here. Mr. Smith predicts
XV. H. Atkinson, D. «. P . assisted by others August 14th in lots to suit purchasers.
and our own best interests demand its speedy advertisement elsewhere, and he will announce
others soon. These books are standard, bound that Hancock A English will receive a hand
The following officers were e elected and in-
Hon. L. F. Grover, U. 8. Senator, has our completion.
stalled: Matron, Mrs. B. A. Miller ; PaWon, thanks for a report of the Board of Engineers
Lake county is in a good condition, financial in the best style, and will be disposed of voters are inclined to take any stock in the HIGINBOTHAM—\t On'ral Point, July
20th, fothe wife ol Wm. Iliginbotham, a
I ly, as shown by the annual exhibit made by at reasonable rates.
Weaver-Chambers sideshow-, and the Green
David Linn; Associate Matron, Mrs.
Jackson; Treasurer, Mrs. Jennie E
Chas. Stidham of Flounce Rock informs us R B. Hatton, Esq., County Clerk. County
I’lltSilll 'i r H1YEM.
ARDSON — In \f inrantta nrrcHcf,
Muller; Conductress, Miss
that the road to Lake county, up Rogue river, warrants are at par ami there are nearly $800
Secretary, 1- Max
June 26th. to tlm witoof Jess© Richard
The validity of Hayes’ title (nay always
Wm. M. Tn rncr's surveying party, consist
in the Treasury. This reflects much credit on bo questioned; and his administration crit-
son. a daughter.
Annie Miller; Associate Comluctress. Miss is open for travel and iu good condition.
eised, but t he payment of one dollar rives ing of C. J. Howard, S. M. Hnhhard, Pony ST-’NF—In Ashland, July I9.h, to the wife
Alice Berry; Adah, MissS. Berry; Ruth. Mrs.
Adam Schmidt’s daughter, who sprained her
a valid title to one bo'tle of Dr. Pierce's
ot f’liirk Stone, i sou.
Rachel F.sher; Esther Mrs Juba E Beekman; ankle so severely, is improving. A surgical
Jos. Stephens, a prominent stockraiser of Golden Medical Discovery, and its adinin- Hampton and Chas. Schultz, started for the
Electra, Mrs. Mary Miller; Chaplain, L (.
Douglas county, lost a daughter (aged eleven i si r it ion can never be crilcise«! in casus ot
Boekmau; Organist, Thos. G. Reames; XX ar operation will probably not be necessary.
where th v will survey n large tract of gov
by typhoid fever in Alkali valley last coughs, cold«, incipient consumption, and
der, Will. Jackson; Sentinel, IL b. Dunlap.
Jas. Wright has put up a large fee! stable
general debility, for leading physician • of
HUTCHINSON—At Ashland, JulvIDth, nt
Adarel Chapter commences with a member near the rinlroa*! depot for the a'-oommodution week. He was on Iris way to the Stein all schools endorse the I)i«coverv and pre portati- n. Mr Turner will follow in a few
bine fev«-r, abor a bri«f illn«««. Rmhnrd
mountain country with Iris family wheu six' scribe it in ttjoir pra-tice. Sold by drug- «lav* ami he expects that the con*ract will not
alnpof twenty one ami under favorable aim
A. Hit' ‘h«n««in. firnmrlv of Evirili V al
riuL It wdl BW<A I«*« *
lx- cmipUted before the last of October.
ley; age«i 23 years aud 5 months.
r. O. KEAMkS
K. K. KEAME«,
AHEAD AS USUAL!!
BY ADOPTING- A
B ASIS rr
THE GREATEST REDUCTION
IN 1» RICIN
Ever Known in a Regular Business,
— ANU TIIE—
GE1T33AL 2ÍEKCHANDISE ! !
TO SELECT FROM IN
Any One Store in Southern
Oregon or Northern
ALL FOR CASH!!
OUR STOC K CONSISTS OF
Spring and Summer Dry-Goods.
LADIES’ bRE<S GOODS, CASHMERES
AND DIAGONALS, SILKS AND
SA 1 INS. BOOTS A SHOES,
'.WES’ CA'JEUaW-WE CLOAKS
H’E CALI. THE ATTENTION OF THK
IT ladies to the tact tiial we have now on
hand the largest anil best selected assort
ment <>t T, \ | »1 ¡’S' DRESS «looltS sud FAN
CY <>< *ob-of every descripiion in Southern
Oregon, and we will henceforth make thia
line of goods our specialty and sell them st
Ckcaper than the Cheapest.
To the gentlemen wo will sav, it you
w ant a No. 1st IT UF 4 'LOTH l-g» you niti-t
go to Reame« Br<m. to buy it, as we claim to
Ivi vo the best.STOCK OF CLOTHING in
Jackson'nullity and mil allow uo one to un
These good« were «11 purchased by*mem
ber of our firm from Fl RsT-CLANS HOUS
ES in San Francisco and New York, and we
will warrant every article «nd sell thorn
cheaper tor cash than any honae in county.
XX’e also keep on band a full stock of
IIA RDW A RE, CUTLERY, GLASSWA RE,
A FULL LINE OF ASHLAND GOODS,
Farm anil Froi^lit Wagaaa,
Plcws, Gang Plows <fc Sulky Plows.
In tact everything from the finest need la
to a thiesiiing-m.-iciiine. Give us a cal I an<l
judge for yourselves ns to our capacity of
furnishing goods ax above.
The wav to make money is to save it. To
-ave it buy cimap. To buy cheap pay CASH
for your goods and buv of
ROAD TO SUCCESS!
MAKING Y0U3 PURCHASES
J. S. HOWARD’S
you WILL FIND THERE
Of the Most Popolar Styles.
.S’i/Â’x, S'ifiit», Velpefs—Plnin, St ri ¡ted atui
Brocaded- I'armers Sttfin, Crinolina,
Sheeting, Ifumedic Priait, All the
lirituds of Honiery, (iHoreit,
eeiet, Ribbnnx, Ruch-
JEWELRY, GROCERIES AND NOTIONS,
TOHACCOS, CIGARS^ CUTLER V,
Which will be sold at Lowest Rates
County Treasurer's Motioe.
O ffice op U git . nt y T he v uber ,
J acksonville . July 16. l»0. |
yOTTCE IS H EH EBY GIVEN THAT
there are fund« in the Couniv 3 raa«-»
my for the redemption of (he following
Uor.nty warrants, protested up to July 8»
Number« 1.197, P56, 37«. 1.222, 1,22», !.*<<
1.401. 1.400. 1.309, 1,266. I.4M, 1.2», 1J80.
Interest on the same will cease from thia
Treasurer of Jacksou County, Oçogai^